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Walking and digging Seeflughafen Hommelvik, NORWEGEN

Article about: Thought I'd make a thread regarding a place that I've frequented a lot since my sparking a renewed interest in ww2 history a few years back. Countless hours have been spent since, walking th

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    Thanks, inka! In view of some of the finds presented here on the site it surely isn't much but I tend to keep most of the items due to this being from my hometown, the place I was born and raised --- plus I love aquiring new knowledge no matter how small or insignificant the item is.

    I have more to come

  2. #12


    Last for today;

    MG34 and MG42 bolts --- the MG42 bolt is actually the only one I've found down there, this compared to the literally dozens of MG34 bolts all over the place
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    Looks like I will have to make a trip Down to the Trønderhome for an expedition With you Slados! I lived 5 years NeXT to that bay and not once did any searching there!!Gawd,the stupidity Keep it coming

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    You're excused... I actually grew up here and it still took me the better part of 30 years to start searching this beach --- and, you're more than welcome to join an expedition... I hope to do more digging next year, hopefully with a detector upgrade this time around!

    Anyway, if time allows I will try to upload some more pics tonight

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    Excellent finds slados Keep up the great work. Love the MG34/42 bolts

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    Thanks, Steve!

    Next up --- two unidentified items... seems they're both costructed as gun bolts of some sort (a casing with firing pin inside etc.) but I have NO idea what they could actually have been for. Now, I know that these are pretty well "disifigured" aesthetically but if anyone has got thoughts on any of these mystery items of mine I'd certainly appreciate it a lot!

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    A bunch of assorted casings, brass stripper clips and some live ammo in there as well. The big casing (13,9x99b) is a training round for the *BOYS Anti-Tank gun, the head stamp reads K39 and WI... unfortunately the wooden tip broke off during recovery..

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    Then there's this one... It's all brass and about 5cm in diameter (also, see 5 stamp on bottom, which I'm guessing correlates to this). Any ideas? I was thinking some king of larger ordnance firing cap or something but I have not been able to find a match as of yet...

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  8. #18


    Anymore finds this year Andreas ?

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    Really enjoying this thread, great photos and finds.

    Kind Regards Mike

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    Appreciate the comments guys! Haven't been down there this year --- hoping to do so soon/early next year... winter is late this year so there's still time!

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